Best Coffeehouses In Baltimore

April 15, 2011 6:01 AM

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Whether you care for an espresso, hot mocha or French cappuccino, you’re never too far from a coffeehouse in Baltimore. Delicious aromas from all over the world can satisfy any coffee lover every day. Check out our top choices next and go find your next favorite flavor.

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Koba Café

644 E. Fort Avenue,
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 986-0366

Koba Café prides itself on its flavorful blend of coffee, whether it’s the French Press or any special customized one. The great coffee taste often stays on the lips and minds of all those who drink it, making sure to leave these craving for more. The Koba Café espresso bar has options for every coffee lover, from cappuccino, to mocha, to espresso macchiato to their delicious milky way. Have you tried one today?

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Village Square Cafe

66 Village Sq,
Baltimore, MD 21210-1610
(410) 433-2233 () ‎

Village Square Café welcomes you to their daily specials in the beautiful Village of Cross Keys in Roland Park. Here, you’ll discover a great place to relax and enjoy simple things, such as tasteful breakfast options from omelets to thin crust pizzas, all served till 3 p.m., and their freshly brewed, carefully selected and locally roasted Zeke’s coffees. With such an inviting setting, you’ll want to make Village Square Café your morning must.

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Caribou Coffee

10351 Reisterstown Rd,
Owings Mills, MD 21117-3617
(410) 998-9495
Check website for locations in your area.

With their delicious selection of bakery items and regional food choices, Caribou Coffee guarantees a great start to your day. Nothing works best like their tasty Bou Breakfast, all less than 400 calories, served along with a steamy cup of coffee. Want to go for a Colombian, Kenyan or an El Salvadorian blend today? Caribou Coffe is the place to go, as it has flavors from all over the world. Besides its great coffee and super slogan, “Life is short. Stay awake for it,” Caribou is also the first major coffeehouse retailer committed to encourage sustainable global agricultural efforts.

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Spoons Coffee Cafe and Coffee Roasting Co.

24 E. Cross Street,
Baltimore MD, 21230
(410) 539-8395

Located in historic Federal Hill, Spoons is a great place to start your morning with a delicious, freshly brewed cup of coffee. Voted as “Best Coffee Shop” by the City Paper in 2010, Spoons has options for every coffee connoisseur, from the in-house roasted traditional mocha to tasty cappuccinos and lattes. And with great breakfast, brunch and lunch menus, you’ll definitely come again.

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200 E Pratt St # 2110,
Baltimore, MD 21202-6131
(410) 539-4335
Check website for the nearest location.

If you didn’t find your coffee flavor yet, you probably haven’t been to Starbucks. So go ahead, warm up your morning with one of their divine flavors. Whether you’re a picky or traditional coffee lover, at Starbucks you can sort by geographic or taste intensity preferences. This season, try anything from their freshly ground espresso, Toffee mocha or Pumpkin Spice Latte, fall’s favorite drink. No matter the forecast, your day is bound to be perfect with Starbucks.

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    4607 Harford Rd, Baltimore, Maryland – (410) 254-0122


  • jackier

    oasis coffee and cream that was in caroll island beat every coffee shop out there i miss it so much, hate it closed, stupid bad economy ugh!

  • Laura

    Why list the chains when you can show some support for local family owned small businesses? I am a partner in Shallow Creek Bookstore Cafe in Edgemere and I would gladly put our coffee, food or ice cream up against anything out there. 7216 North Point Road, Edgemere MD 21219. 410-477-BOOK. We are on Facebook or visit us at if you want more info. We hold Open Mic Nights twice a month. The next one is Sat 4/30 from 6-9pm. Stop in and see for yourself!

    • David Schapiro

      I agree with Laura. We need to support local businesses. Local businesses, community groups and non-profits are the core of our society. Without the local businesses every city and town is the same. Channel 13 – more support for local business – please.

  • Jj Whfdgh

    The village coffee & tea co. 3 commerce st. in dundalk, md. 21222 I think is the best coffee place in town. Small little place with all home cooked food. You feel at home here everybody loves it. check them out villagecoffeeandteaco/facebook

  • lovetheson

    What about the Baltimore Coffee & Tea Company? There is one in Timonium off Aylesbery behind Kohls

  • Rick

    Two places I love- David and Dad’s on Charles Street, and also Evergreen on Cold Spring Lane near Loyola College

  • Zaenal

    Hal B. Davis / Jason I love this point you make!Now we live in a new world… we’ve ALL got to be finishers, or we’re left ihnbed… don’t let that scare you though… the help is there… just ask for it… I’ve learned this too… no matter who it is, no matter how great anybody is at anything, they sucked at first… had to start somewhere… begin, today… whatever it is… I have always like to drive the bus , and I am finding that it is exhausting. I can usually finish ,however I cannot do it alone. There are certain things I excel at, and other thing I need to stay out of the way and turn it over either to some one, or some thing else bigger than me. The answers come to us (if we are not blocked, and jammed up in our own head). Sometimes the answer is right there at a peaceful time, having a Starbucks (5bucks)when we are not even seeing it. Thanks for a great blog.

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